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Moderna CEO Says the World Will Have to Live With Covid ‘Forever’ | FORCED TO ADMIT COVID DOESN’T ACTUALLY EXIST

This guy really breaks things down beautifully in less than 3 minutes. I don’t know how anyone can still support this Scamdemic at this point.
TODAY THEY WERE FORCED TO ADMIT THAT COVID-19 DOES NOT EXIST

Source: By. Mary Kekatos Senior | Daily Mail UK | 18:35 EST 13 Jan 2021 , updated 07:08 EST 14 Jan 2021

Moderna CEO says ‘we will have to live with coronavirus forever’

Moderna CEO says ‘we are going to have to live with COVID forever’ – but believes the firm’s vaccine IS protective against the new variants from the UK, South Africa and Brazil 

By. Mary Kekatos Senior | 18:35 EST 13 Jan 2021 , updated 07:08 EST 14 Jan 2021

  • Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel spoke at a panel discussion at the JPMorgan Healthcare Conference on Wednesday
  • He said the coronavirus is not going to disappear and the general public is going to have to live with it ‘forever’ 
  • Public health experts have stated that COVID-19 will likely become an endemic disease, meaning always present in the population but circulating at low rates
  • Bancel added that he believes he firm’s vaccine is protective against the new variants from the UK, South Africa and Brazil
  • Researchers from Moderna are currently studying whether or not a third booster shot will help extend immunity 

Moderna Inc’s CEO says the novel coronavirus will never disappear and will likely be around ‘forever.’

During a panel discussion at the JPMorgan Healthcare Conference on Wednesday, Stéphane Bancel echoed comments from public health experts who say COVID-19 is likely going to become an endemic disease, meaning it will always present in the population but circulating at low rates.

‘SARS-CoV-2 is not going away,’ Bancel said, according to CNBC.’ We are going to live with this virus, we think, forever.’

Additionally, he said he believes the firm’s coronavirus vaccine will be effective against infection by any of the new variants from the UK, South Africa or Brazil

Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel (pictured) spoke at a panel discussion at the JPMorgan Healthcare Conference on Wednesday, stating the coronavirus is not going to disappear and the general public is going to have to live with it ‘forever’
Bancel added that he believes the firm’s vaccine is protective against the new variants from the UK, South Africa and Brazil. Pictured: Moderna headquarters in Cambridge, Massachusetts, May 2020

Moderna’s vaccine was developed in partnership with the National Institutes of Health. 

It uses part of the pathogen’s genetic code called messenger RNA, or mRNA, to get the body to recognize the coronavirus and attack it if a person becomes infected.

The candidate, called mRNA-1273, works by tricking the body into producing some of the viral proteins, which the immune system then recognizes and builds a defensive response against.

When given in two doses four weeks apart, the vaccine was found to be 94.1 percent effect at preventing COVID-19 and 100 percent effective at preventing severe disease in clinical trial data.

It was approved for emergency use authorizations by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on December 18.

Researchers from Moderna are currently studying whether or not a third booster shot will help extend immunity. Pictured: Moderna’s vaccine at Augusta University in Augusta, Georgia, December 2020

Since then, surprisingly, stock prices for Moderna have fallen from $140.23 per share to $124.06 per share. 

At the conference, Bancel said health officials across the world will have to diligently keep track of any variants that mutate so scientists can produce vaccines against them, reported CNBC.

The variant that originated in the UK, B 1.1.7., has been spreading in the U.S. infecting at least 85 people in 13 states.

Wisconsin and New Mexico each reported their first case of the super-infectious UK variant on Wednesday. 

Additionally, Ohio scientists discovered two more-infectious, homegrown variants of the virus, which was announced on Wedneday.

One strain is virtually identical to the UK variant, but evolved independently in the U.S. A second is completely unique to the country and has become dominant in the state’s capital of Columbus.

Recently, a study found that Pfizer’s vaccine was effective against the new variants and Bancel said on Wednesday that he expects Moderna’s to provide protection.

‘I think the question is more medium term as the virus continues evolving over time,’ Bancel said. 

‘I’m not worried for the short term but we are watching that very closely because I think that we might be moving into a world where we need new strains of vaccine down the road – but not in the short term.’ 

Moderna officials also spoke at the JPMorgan Healthcare Conference on Tuesday, saying they believe immunity from the vaccine lasts for at least a year. 

Dr Tal Zaks, Moderna’s chief medical officer, said the company is researching whether or not a third dose would prolong immunity.

‘We think there is an opportunity to boost, especially the ones at high risk, should you need it,’ he said. 

Source: By. Berkeley Lovelace Jr.@BerkeleyJr | Published Wed, Jan 13 20213:07 PM EST | Updated Wed, Jan 13 20214:59 PM EST

Moderna CEO says the world will have to live with Covid ‘forever’

By. Berkeley Lovelace Jr.@BerkeleyJr | Published Wed, Jan 13 20213:07 PM EST | Updated Wed, Jan 13 20214:59 PM EST

Moderna CEO Stephane BancelSteven Ferdman | Getty Images
  • Stephane Bancel, CEO of Covid-19 vaccine maker Moderna, warned Wednesday that the virus will be around “forever.”
  • Public health officials and infectious disease experts have said there is a high likelihood that Covid-19 will become an endemic disease, meaning it will be present at all times, though likely at lower levels than it is now.
  • “SARS-CoV-2 is not going away,” Bancel said during a panel discussion at the JPMorgan Healthcare Conference.

The CEO of Covid-19 vaccine maker Moderna warned Wednesday that the coronavirus that has brought world economies to a standstill and overwhelmed hospitals will be around “forever.”

Public health officials and infectious disease experts have said there is a high likelihood that Covid-19 will become an endemic disease, meaning it will become present in communities at all times, though likely at lower levels than it is now.

Moderna CEO Stephane Bancel appeared to agree Wednesday that Covid-19 will become endemic, saying “SARS-CoV-2 is not going away.”

“We are going to live with this virus, we think, forever,” he said during a panel discussion at the JPMorgan Healthcare Conference.

Health officials will have to continuously watch for new variants of the virus, so scientists can produce vaccines to fight them, he said. Researchers in Ohio said Wednesday they’ve discovered two new variants likely originating in the U.S. and that one of them quickly became the dominant strain in Columbus, Ohio, over a three-week period in late December and early January.

Pfizer researchers said its vaccine developed with BioNTech appeared to be effective against a key mutation in the U.K. strain as well as a variant found in South Africa.

Moderna’s vaccine has been authorized by the Food and Drug Administration for use in Americans who are 18 years old and older. Additional studies still needed to be completed in children, whose immune systems can respond differently to vaccines than those of adults.

U.S. officials are racing to distribute doses of both vaccines, but it will likely take months before the U.S. can vaccinate enough people to achieve herd immunity, meaning the virus won’t have enough new hosts to spread. Still, Bancel said Wednesday he expects the U.S. will be one of the first large countries to achieve “sufficient protection” against the virus.

There are already four coronaviruses that are endemic across the world, but they aren’t as contagious or deadly as Covid-19, according to the World Health Organization.

Moderna CEO Says the World Will Have to Live With Covid ‘Forever’

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Comments by Brian Shilhavy

Moderna CEO Stephane Bancel announced today that the “SARS-CoV-2 is not going away,” and that “We are going to live with this virus, we think, forever,” at a panel discussion at the JPMorgan Healthcare Conference.

CNBC reported:

The CEO of Covid-19 vaccine maker Moderna warned Wednesday that the coronavirus that has brought world economies to a standstill and overwhelmed hospitals will be around “forever.”

Public health officials and infectious disease experts have said there is a high likelihood that Covid-19 will become an endemic disease, meaning it will become present in communities at all times, though likely at lower levels than it is now.

Moderna CEO Stephane Bancel appeared to agree Wednesday that Covid-19 will become endemic, saying “SARS-CoV-2 is not going away.”

“We are going to live with this virus, we think, forever,” he said during a panel discussion at the JPMorgan Healthcare Conference.

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Who these “Public health officials and infectious disease experts” were was not mentioned, nor any references to studies or anything else.

But they don’t need them, apparently, as simply stating it as so is enough, especially if the major networks owned by Big Pharma back you up.

And there couldn’t be a conflict of interest here, could there?

After all, he is the CEO of one of the two companies currently distributing billions of doses of the new COVID mRNA injections, making him a very wealthy man.

What else would you expect him to say? He wants a continuous revenue stream, and his company has already stated that the mRNA technology being injected into people is an “operating system,” the “Software of Life,” so just like any other operating system it needs to be regularly updated to fight new viruses.

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The bigger news story here is that the vast majority of the American public will actually believe what this guy says and line up to get their injections.

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